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INS chief pledges to speed up management reforms

The head of the Immigration and Naturalization Service said Tuesday that the agency will move faster on much-needed management reforms.

Many Interior employees still stuck offline

More than 80 percent of Interior Department computers are back online after a three-month shutdown of Internet access. But workers at department headquarters and in three major agencies are still stuck with only the telephone, fax machine and post office to communicate with the outside world.

GAO chief criticizes competitive sourcing quotas

The head of the General Accounting Office criticized the use of quotas in competitive sourcing during a Senate hearing Monday.

GSA suspends Enron and Andersen from new business

The General Services Administration Friday temporarily suspended Enron Corp. and the auditing firm Arthur Andersen from doing future business with the federal government.